“What is Dead May Never Die” is a Celebration of Science-style Retro Animation

According to its animator/director, Kadavre Exquis, “What is Dead May Never Die” is a time capsule in which you will shortly explore many things such as landing on the moon to film credits, passing through various experiments. If I had a secret subterranean lair, I would like to have footage like this playing on random screens throughout the facility. It would impress my minions with confusing far out ideas while acting as an unsolvable riddle to enemies who have infiltrated my organization.

If you like the music from the video, you can pick up a copy of it over at bandcamp.

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4 thoughts on ““What is Dead May Never Die” is a Celebration of Science-style Retro Animation

  1. blinddog says:

    I watched it all the way trough too and I admit it worked to confuse me. I’m still not sure what it was about. The beginning did remind me of the sound effects of my Mattel Football game though so that made me happy

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